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Table 1 Summaries of population, other explanatory variables and breast cancer mortality in 8077 Spanish towns. Spain, 1989–1998.

From: Municipal distribution of breast cancer mortality among women in Spain

  Total Mean Standard Deviation Median Min Max P5 – P95 No. (%) with zero counts
Population 39648759 4908.9 42430.4 586 5 2866850 63 – 14177 0 (0)
Socioeconomic index - 5.23 2.17 5 1 10 1 – 9 0 (0)
% Population >=65 - 23.4 9.58 22.3 0 100 10.4 – 40.8 0 (0)
Women >=50         
   Observed breast cancer cases 47789 5.9 65.8 1 0 4283 0 – 16 3522 (43.6)
   Expected number 47789 5.9 60.9 1.0 0.003 4274.5 0.3 – 16.1 0 (0)
   SMR 1.00 0.84 2.27 0.53 0 5.85 0.00 – 2.79 3522 (43.6)
Women <50         
   Observed breast cancer cases 8922 1.1 11.2 0 0 718 0 – 4 6237 (77.2)
   Expected number 8922 1.1 10.5 0.1 0 704.3 0.0 – 3.2 36 (0.5)
   SMR 1.00 0.98 6.17 0.0 0 333.3 0.00 – 3.52 6237 (77.2)